Our Lapis Lazuli and Blue Topaz Adonis pendant is perfect for everyday wear or special occasions.
This beautiful pendant features a large oval lapis lazuli stone in a simple setting. Intricate silver detailing has been created by our silversmiths surrounding and echoing the shape of the stone. Six round blue topaz stones; one larger cabochon and five small tabletop cut, have been elegantly scattered across the design.
Perfect as a statement piece, this gorgeous pendant looks striking worn on a short chain or, for a layered effect, it can be worn on a long chain combined with other necklaces.
Lapis Lazuli is the birthstone for September and Blue Topaz is the birthstone for November, making this pendant the perfect gift for September and November birthdays or for women with a love for the colour blue.
If you'd like a chain with this pendant please choose the desired design and length from the drop down menu. Chain shown in picture: Medium Belcher Chain
If you'd like a different style of chain, check out our full selection of chains here and purchase the chain separately. Please be aware, that as purchased separately, they will arrive packed in separate boxes. If you'd like them packed together in one box, please let us know in the notes section at the checkout.
Perfect as a gift for a loved one or a treat for yourself.
All Silver Scene jewellery comes lovingly packaged in a gift box.
This piece has been ethically designed and made by hand by Silver Scene Ltd in our workshops in Bali, Indonesia. It is an exclusive Silver Scene design with very limited numbers.
Lapis Lazuli and Blue Topaz set in Sterling Silver, keep clean with an anti-tarnish cloth.
About the stones
Lapis is the birthstone for September and the horoscope stone for Sagittarius.
Lapis is primarily mined in Afghanistan and has been for the last 6000 years. It can also be found in Siberia, Chile, the U.S, Pakistan and Canada.
Lapis was highly valued by the Egyptians. The golden sarcophagus of King Tutankhamen was richly inlaid in Lapis. It was used extensively in scarabs and jewellery and also ground into powder for dyes, eye shadow and medicinal elixirs. In Ancient Persia it was the symbol for the starry night, in the Islamic Orient it was used as protection from the evil eye and in Roman times it was used as an ornamental stone. It was even a favourite of the painter, Michelangelo, who used it in his painting, ground into powder it produced an intense, but expensive, ultramarine colour.
Lapis is known as the stone of truth and is thought to positively influence friendships and honesty. Lapis is believed to promote intellectual ability, creativity and help to enhance the memory. It carries positive energy and it helps to overcome trauma, depression and grief.
Blue Topaz is the Birthstone for November.
Blue Topaz has been used in jewellery for over 2000 years. It was once believed that Topaz would protect the wearer from dark magic. In the 12th century Saint Hildegard, a German nun, believed that Blue Topaz could cure blindness by soaking the stone in wine for 3 days and then rubbing it gently on the eyes.
Blue Topaz is a calming stone. It is thought to help with communication, creativity and the ability to express yourself. Great for writers block and to aid with public speaking. It is also thought to help with decision making, promotes concentration and helps recognize truth and wisdom.
At widest points including bale, 5.6cm x 3.4cm aprox. Lapis Lazuli 2.3cm x 1.6cm aprox. Blue topaz stones, large 0.6cm adiameter, small 0.2cm diameter.